What Is Testosterone?

Morning all, This weeks #TrainingTips post is all about testosterone. Why? Well first of all it is a vital hormone for both us men and women.  But more specifically I want to give you an overview of what testosterone is actually all about, as particularly within the male gender spectrum it is seen as something…

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What You Need To Know About Supersets

Morning all, This weeks #TrainingTips post is all about supersets. Supersets 101 Supersets you ask, what are they and how can they be useful to me? Supersets must be one of the most widely used training protocols out there.  I take advantage of this protocol all the time especially when I haven’t got a much…

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Everything Sugar

Morning all, This weeks #TrainingTips post is all about sugar. The sugar contents in foods are and always will be a hot topic.  Why because the majority of us all over consume on the stuff and it’s not always down to eating too much cake.  There are added sugars everywhere and unless you know what…

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Have You Got A Grip?

Morning all, This mornings #TrainingTips post is all about your grip. Have You Got A Grip? Have you ever found your grip strength letting you down in the gym?  If you haven’t, then either you’re one of the blessed individuals or you just don’t push hard enough. There are a whole host of exercises that are grip dependant…

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A View On Alcohol

Morning all, So today’s #TrainingTips post is all about alcohol. Over the last month we’ve had our annual Beer and Gin Fest, I thought it was pertinent to re-share a article I wrote about alcohol.  Give it a read it may just surprise you or not as the case may be. Last week I saw…

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Take A Rest

Morning all, In today’s #TrainingTips post I would like to explain why it’s important to take a rest period.  A rest period or download is basically a reduction of intensity or volume in your training, which may last a few days or a week.  Most hate taking rest periods as they feel they need to constantly push…

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What is Asthma?

Morning all, In today’s #TrainingTips post I would like to cover a problem that is becoming more and more common, ASTHMA.  I’ve written several papers on respiratory conditions and I thought it rude of me if I didn’t share some of my findings. Respiratory conditions are becoming more prevalent with one in twelve adults and one in ten children…

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